Limoges Lagoon project earns $25k more in funds

The Limoges Lagoon project will cost The Nation Municipality an extra $28,280, bringing the total cost of the project to over $400,000. According to a report presented the municipality's council, "due to the additional scope and effort on the design and approvals phases for the Limoges Lagoon project, R.V. Anderson has requested an increase of the engineering budget." The additional amount requ[...]

The Nation votes 2018: St-Amour and Brière re-elected

François St-Amour has been re-elected as Mayor of The Nation Municipality and Francis Brière has been re-elected as Ward 4 councilor. The municipal vote concluded on Oct. 22, 2018. This will mark St-Amour's third term as Mayor, with this term to run from 2018-2022. Mr. St-Amour won the 2018 mayoral race with 1,855 votes, defeating both Danika Bourgeois-Desnoyers (1,468) and Denis Pommainville[...]

Donate, walk, run: Terry Fox Day in Village Limoges

Village Limoges will host the 2018 Terry Fox Run this Sunday, Sept. 16 at Parc Rodolphe-Latreille. The 2018 event starts at 9:30am (with registration open for donations starting at 8:30am). Walk, run, cycle, race your scooter, or portage a canoe around one of two Sunday courses with the goal of raising funds for cancer research. New this year is the community dog walk starting at 10am. About th[...]

Church plans sale of property at Limoges and Mabel

The lot at the corner of Limoges and Mabel roads – currently home to The Nation Municipality’s Public Works – has been offered for sale. The minimum starting price is $265,000 with offers “to be studied by the parish administration committee between Aug. 2-7.” The St-Viateur parish in Village Limoges is selling the property including both the land and the building. The building was pr[...]

New stop signs added to Bourdeau Street

The Nation Municipality has added new stop signs on Bourdeau Street at the intersections of Royal Court and Mayer Street in the Village of Limoges. The new stop signs were approved by Council during their May 28 meeting. As noted, "the stop signs so erected shall comply with the regulations of the Ministry of Transportation." In Village Limoges, Boudreau Street is a continuation of Main Stre[...]